Factors influencing listener preference for dynamic range compression
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- 137th Audio Engineering Society Convention 2014, 2014, pp. 711 - 719
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The introduction of loudness normalisation has led some commentators to declare that the loudness wars are over. However, factors contributing to a preference for dynamic range compression have not been removed. The research presented here investigates the role of long-term memory in sound quality judgments. Factors influencing preference judgments of dynamic range compression are discussed along with suggestions of further research areas. Research is presented which indicates that an objective measure of dynamic range will facilitate a greater understanding of how dynamic range compression affects individual sound quality attributes.
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